CHOCOHOLIC MADNESS asks why 'do arabs use shoes as weapons'?
'If you are an arab... and you are reading this you might relate to what im about to say... imagine you as a kid sitting in a room and you did something wrong... your dad sees you and although he is far away... he has no problem aiming his shoe at you LOOOL ... heheh ok maybe im sharing too much info..'
She goes onto joke that when ever anyone now says 'batta' or 'show city' she hesitates, and writes 'just confess that at some point in your life there was a shibshib thrown at you'.
This blogger takes great exception to the way people use the 'retweet' or 'RT' button on twitter, which allows an individual to forward someone else's musings or links onto their own followers.
LAMA SCRAPBOOK argues that twitter is a competitive place, and that presenting a tweet as one's own by editing it, or 'retweeting' out of charity, the social platform is turning into a place about 'who shares the most' and not 'sharing information freely'.
Assimilation: The journey of a thousand miles starts with ‘Snooki’
A Jordanian America writer goes on a voyage of discovery to California, where she starts to ponder whether she really has assimilated into American life and culture after it's revealed that she doesn't know about Jersey Shore, what 'Snooki' is, and can sometimes be caught eating hummus and pita bread.